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The Guardian Fall Protection Chain Positioning Lanyard (also known as a chain or rebar positioning device) is perfect for Work Positioning applications on rebar structures. Its double legs allow workers to lean away from walls while keeping their hands free to perform any necessary work. To functi ...Read more

Chain Positioning Lanyard

  • Lightweight and durable
  • Designed specifically for Work Positioning applications
  • Adjustable quick-links
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  • ANSI Z359.3-17, ANSI A10.32-12, OSHA 1926 Subpart M, OSHA 1910
  • 130-310 lbs.
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01616

Lanyard Configuration
Lightweight and durable
Designed specifically for Work Positioning applications
Adjustable quick-links
https://bit.ly/2lIgG2Z
https://bit.ly/1Rlw2Ou
ANSI Z359.3-17, ANSI A10.32-12, OSHA 1926 Subpart M, OSHA 1910
130-310 lbs.
https://bit.ly/1XZAFmG

Weight: 5 lb

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The Guardian Fall Protection Chain Positioning Lanyard (also known as a chain or rebar positioning device) is perfect for Work Positioning applications on rebar structures.

Its double legs allow workers to lean away from walls while keeping their hands free to perform any necessary work.

To function correctly, it must be used in combination with a full-body harness with side positioning D-rings, so that both snap hook components can be properly attached.

All chain assemblies are adjustable, and several connector options are available.

Lightweight and durable
Designed specifically for Work Positioning applications
Adjustable quick-links
https://bit.ly/2lIgG2Z
https://bit.ly/1Rlw2Ou
ANSI Z359.3-17, ANSI A10.32-12, OSHA 1926 Subpart M, OSHA 1910
130-310 lbs.
https://bit.ly/1XZAFmG